How there is a feminism perspective in the novel The Bluest Eye which is written by Toni Morrison?no

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yes,all the woman in the novel has been thru some kind of grief behind a man

-frieda,mr. henry molest her

-pecola,her father rapes her

pauline breedlove,cholly beats her

the 3 "whores",they are prostitutes but hate men very much

mrs. macteer,sings blues on how men leave their woman

della jones,goes senile after mr. henry leaves her

claudia,no man will touch her...

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